Hostal Mairu

Del Espejo 2, 2nd fl, [esq. a Santiago], Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hostel
Prices starting from $48.00
 

Travel Blogs from Madrid

Our Spanish Fiesta/Siesta

A travel blog entry by melrobertson

52

... any that were as good as the remote control caravan we saw in Segovia. This German couple unhooked it from the car and then had a hand held control that they used to reverse it in to there spot. We thought of a few people that would have found it entertaining/ would love one themselves. We stayed in Seville for 3 nights so had 2 full days to explore. The first day we made our way into the city and did the free walking tour they have. We saw the half mosque half cathedral ...

Hola de Espana

A travel blog entry by twopeasinparis

36

... places, discovering the little boutique streets (Gluten Free Cafe was a big highlight) and visiting the Bernabeau Football Stadium, home to Real Madrid.

Next stop was the capital of the Andalusian region, Sevilla. Here we stayed five nights and made the most of the Spanish culture, food and lifestyle. What we loved most were the orange trees that lined the streets – it gave the city so much colour and vibrancy. A few excellent highlights ...

A typical day in Spain (Matt Raines)

A travel blog entry by cmebacher

2

... sights I wondered the th
famous "Parque Retiro", which is one of the largest parks in Madrid. The
park is beautiful and full of local street vendors selling trinkets and
miscellaneous things as well as gorgeous trees and bushes that are
maintained very well. The tapas bar was named "El Tigre", or the tiger.
At El Tigre you pay 2.50 Euros for a drink of either sangria or beer and
a plate of tapas. This is a great deal. Despite being so cheap the ...

Day 1 in Madrid

A travel blog entry by grassholme

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4

... all chose a different racione and shared them around - Peppers stuffed with fish, Burgos morcillas, croquettes with cheese sauce and chorizos in cider, mmmh. The atmosphere gradually built up in the restaurant with most people arriving at around 11pm for a meal - not sure if this was typical or because the Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund match had recently finished. We had a few beers and wines while there and decided to try Hierbas, ...

That One Time I Got All My Stuff Stolen.

A travel blog entry by danikanewlee

2

... officers spoke English. After a half hour of wild gesturing and broken Spanish, I had filed a report, despite the fact that there is actually a 0.0% chance of me getting anything back. The past two days, I've gotten to know the US Embassy & my local Citibank office probably better than the majority of their employees do.. fortunately, I did manage to get a temporary passport, though the stupid frickin' bank has apparently decided I'm not worthy ...

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